I'm en route to Orlando, Fla. this morning for baseball's winter meetings, which officially begin tomorrow. Orioles President of Baseball Operations Andy MacPhail will meet with local reporters this evening though I don't expect any breaking news. It would, however, be a nice surprise as the biggest fear for reporters during this event is to pace the lobby 12 hours a day and have nothing to write about. And yes, that has happened before. I've covered five winter meetings and I think the biggest Orioles' story to surface was last year's trade of Chris Ray for Kevin Millwood, or maybe the Ramon Hernandez trade with the Cincinnati Reds two years ago. I'm not counting Miguel Tejada's trade demand because that came on the final night of the winter meetings after team officials had scattered and boarded planes.